488-2 Inanity

At the behest of Sir Albinus - who had been invited to visit at a court in the north of Logres - the party sets off from Salisbury and crosses into Silchester on the way. They are stopped by Sir Madog (not to be confused with Prince Madoc, Uther’s impetuous bastard son) who insists upon barring their passage at first, and escorting them through the lands of Silchester when the salisbury knights would not be swayed from their course.